Pipelare

Pipelare: Missa L'homme armé / Chansons / Motets
Huelgas Ensemble - Paul Van Nevel
Sony Vivarte 68258

Contents:

  1. Ballade à 4: Vray dieu d'amours (Verona)
  2. Chanson à 4: Een vrouelic wesen (Regensburg)

  3. Fors seulement
  4. Chanson à 4 (Brussels)
  5. Contrafactum: Exortum est in tenebris (Segovia)
  6. Antiphon à 4 & 5: Salve Regina (München)
  7. Motet à 7: Memorare Mater Christi (Brussels)

  8. Missa L'homme armé à 4 & 5
  9. Kyrie
  10. Gloria
  11. Credo
  12. Sanctus - Pleni sunt - Hosanna - Benedictus
  13. Agnus Dei

Performers: Job Boswinkel (bass, contrabass), Willem Ceuleers (bass), Kees-Jan de Koning (bass), Lieven Deroo (bass, baritone), Steven Dugardin (alto), Paul Mertens (contrabass), Otto Rastbichler (tenor), Eitan Sorek (tenor), Marius van Altena (tenor, baritone), Harry van Berne (tenor), Dirk van Croonenborch (contrabass), Harry van der Kamp (contrabass), Stéphane van Dijck (tenor), Francisca Van Herle (superius), Els Van Laethem (superius)

Playing time: 65'

Recording date: April 1995

Compilation:
Sony Classic SBG 7478442 [CDx15] A secret Labyrinth

Matthaeus Pipelare (c.1450-1515) spent most of his career in modern Belgium, appearing in various publications originating at the Habsburg court there. The major composer with the most similar career was Pierre de La Rue.

A recording focusing on masses:

Matthæus Pipelare 1
The Sound and the Fury
Fra Bernardo 130 920 2 [CDx2]

And a very old recording devoted to Pipelare:

Pipelare: L'Homme armé
Les Paraphonistes de Saint-Jean-des-Matines - Guillaume de Van
La Voix de Son Maítre 1515 (78rpm)

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Todd M. McComb